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What are the two things that Jesus tell the rich man he must do to inherit eternal life?
Keep the ten commandments and to give everything up[his money,house etc]
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What was the metaphor that Jesus used?
'It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a a rich man to enter the kngdom of God'
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In basic terms what is Jesus saying in this story?
In today's society success is measured by the salary earned and the possessions you have -Also you need money to survive in today's society
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Why can this be a problems for Chrsitians today?
In today's society success is measured by the amount of money you have and your possessions and also you need money to survive
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What are the natures of discipleship?
-Jesus seems to make controversial choices for his diciples, fishermen led simplelives and tax collectors were 'outcasts'Jesus chose ordinary people, he did not care about their position.-Disciples followed Jesus whole-heartedly and immediately-They
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What do Chrstians today believe about discipleship?
1.They too should follow Jesus whole-heartedly and obey him 2.And learn to spread the word of God 3.Like Jesus,Christians should accept everyone,no matter what they have done or who they are
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In the Sending Out of The Twelves-what are the natures of discipleship?
-Being a disciple is going out and doing service-to work as a player 2.Disciples must be focused,not be distracted 3.Should preach everywhere and try to stop people from sinning 4. Should help the sick and work against evil
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